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Let us make the space we share better and bring the change we desire. Author is Indian Muslim, a Public Figure, Social Activist, Blogger and Media Personality. On mission to build a givers world rather than takers.

Peoples Campaing Agaisnt Politics of Terror PCPT.


“Convention Against Draconian Laws” 10th and 11th of Dec in Hyderabad. PCPT AP Chapter extends support.
Posted on December 9, 2012 by Adil Mohd
While we at PCPT People Campaign Against Political Terror are set to have Convention demanding Release of Innocnet Muslim Youth Arrested on Charges of Terrorism from Jails of India, and to oppose the Draconian laws in place today. The convention … Continue reading →

Posted in Draconian Laws Convention | Tagged 6th Jan, AR, Convetion for Release of Muslim Youth, Droconain Laws, Gillani, India, Indian Muslims, Muslim Youth, PCPT AP Chapter, Tulja Bhavan | Leave a Reply Edit
Hyderabad to have convention demanding “Release of Innocent Muslim Youth from Jails of India”
Posted on December 6, 2012 by Adil Mohd
Hyderabad soon will have a convention to demand release of innocent Muslim Youth arrested on charges of terror, who are after even being proved not guilty and of not being involved in acts of terror by mere random arrests have … Continue reading →

Posted in Adilmohd, Muslims Youth Targetted | Tagged Abdul hafiz Gandhi, Abhay Sahoo, Adeeb, Afroz Alam Sahil, Ajit Sahi, Atul Kumar Anjaan, Chawdhary Zia ul Islam, convention, Demand, hyderabad, Innocent, Iqbal Ahmed, Jail, Manish Kunjam & Ameeque Jamei, Manisha Sethi, muslims, PCPT Working Committee Muhammad Adeeb MP, Randhir Singh Suman, release | Leave a Reply

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